LINGUIST List 11.1550

Sat Jul 15 2000

Jobs: TEFL/TESOL: associate prof, Kyushu University

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  1. Professor Kazuaki Ota, TEFL/TESOL: associate professor, Kyushu University, Fukuoka Japan

Message 1: TEFL/TESOL: associate professor, Kyushu University, Fukuoka Japan

Date: 14 Jul 2000 23:36:22 -0000
From: Professor Kazuaki Ota <>
Subject: TEFL/TESOL: associate professor, Kyushu University, Fukuoka Japan

Rank of Job: associate professor
Areas Required: TEFL/TESOL
Other Desired Areas: Communication, Applied Linguistics, Cross-cultural
University or Organization: Kyushu University
Department: Faculty of Languages & Cultures
State or Province: Fukuoka
Country: Japan
Final Date of Application: August 28, 2000
Contact: Professor Kazuaki Ota

Address for Applications:
Ropponmatsu 4-2-1, Chuo-ku
Fukuoka 810-8560

Kyushu University, Japan
Visiting Associate Professor/Lecturer

The Research Center For Higher Education, Kyushu University, is 
seeking to appoint a visiting associate professor or lecturer in the 
areas of TEFL/TESOL, communication, inter-cultural studies, or other 
related areas. The main responsibility will be the teaching of English
 language to undergraduates. The post is for three years (non-
renewable) from 1 October 2000, or as soon as possible thereafter. 
A PhD is preferable together with substantial teaching experience and
 relevant publications. However, an experienced teacher with an M.A. 
degree would also be considered. The salary and benefits will be 
based on the Japanese Ministry of Education scale, and will be 
commensurate with age and experience. Please send (1) a letter of 
application, (2) a full curriculum vitae, (3) a list of publications, 
(4) copies of two publications of your choice, and (5) a 
cassette-recorded self-introduction by 28 August 2000 to:

 Professor Kazuaki Ota
 Chairman, English Department
 Faculty of Languages and Cultures
 Kyushu University
 Ropponmatsu 4-2-1
 Chuo-ku, Fukuoka 810-8560, JAPAN

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